Do I need to invite the State Treasury to the inventory of estate if there are no heirs, but there is a will?

In principle, the State Treasury should be invited to the inventory of estate in such cases. In practice, however, we have not deemed this necessary in cases where the entire estate has been bequeathed. It suffices to the State Treasury that the contents of the will are made known to the State Treasury after the inventory of the estate. A copy of the estate inventory is a prerequisite for the State Treasury approving the will.

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